Toni Tanager

A fun read-aloud illustrated tongue twisting tale brought to you by the letter "T".
By Sally Lee Baker

Toni is a tanager, a small but very colorful bird with a tweeting attitude. She is honest to the core, almost brutally honest, taking pleasure in taunting the tree toads for only having three toes. Terri, another tanager, scolds Toni, insisting that she consider the...

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The Boy Who Could Wiggle His Ears

By Bob Welbaum

Author Bob Welbaum’s The Boy Who Could Wiggle His Ears is a short children’s book. The narrative has a rhyming pattern throughout and takes us through the journey of one little boy who has conquered the art of ear wiggling, taught to him by his...

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The Last Hockey Fight

By Nate Friedman

Billy “The Bruiser” Fenton was an all-star hockey player who played a mean game and loved it. He was one of the best hockey players out there. Everybody who watched him play thought of him as a genuine hero to the NHL franchise, and to...

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Three Times the Fun

By Michaela Lincoln

Three Times the Fun is a picture book for preschool children written by Michaela Lincoln and illustrated by Noah Adam Paperman. What’s it like being triplets? It’s undoubtedly a lot of work for Mom and Dad, but having two siblings the same age can be...

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The Woman Who Invented Weaving

The BMT Collection
By Christopher Davis Jr

Wow! I can’t believe how many female inventors there are! The Woman Who Invented Weaving is a book full of inspirational inventors and their inventions. Author Christopher Davis, Jr. has gathered ten names of outstanding women and their contributions to a more modernized world. Written...

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The Mango Seed Doll

By Karlene J Froling

The Mango Seed Doll by Karlene J. Froling is the story of Salon who was born in a tree covered by leaves, and hung there with her brothers and sisters. She was removed from the tree when she was big enough and placed on a...

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Toilet Trouble

Poems for Beginner Readers (Grades K-2) (Funny-Bone-Tickling Children's Poetry)
By Brett Fleishman

Toilet Trouble: Poems for Beginner Readers Volume 2 by Brett Fleishman is an ideal book for your child to learn how to read. This collection of twenty poems, along with the fun illustrations by David Harston, will make them laugh while they read about baby...

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The Man Who Invented The Lawn Mower

And Other Inspirational Black-American Inventors And Their Inventions
By Christopher Davis Jr

Potato chips and lawnmowers, air conditioners and radiators, television remotes and tricycles and so much more. These are items in our daily twenty-first century life that we take for granted. But someone actually invented them. Has anyone heard of Frederick McKinley Jones? He invented air...

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The Sky Monster Grumbles

By Regina Puckett

Children get scared every time the dark skies roar and grumble, and they jump into their parents' beds in The Sky Monster Grumbles by Regina Puckett. The rumble leaves children quivering with the covers pulled over their heads, and sometimes they shiver and cry....

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Two Terrible Eaters

By Amy Fell

Two Terrible Eaters, written and illustrated by Amy Fell, is the story of two children who only wanted to eat peanut butter and jelly sandwiches for every single meal. Their mother and father, the king and queen, hired cooks from many different countries in hopes...

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